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JazzyJeff
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reseeding or expanded playoffs?

I think reseeding is a great idea since it's BS that a team with a better record has to travel and play a team with a worse record just because said team won it's division.

Adding one more wild card team (bad idea) will increase the possibility of an 8-8 team or worse making the playoffs every season. But, this will fill the pockets of the commish and owners as well so I guess we'll be having an expanded playoff system in the near future.


CecilShortsHisPants
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1710 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
Adding more teams is a HORRIBLE idea imo.

But reseeding is necessary in some cases.


LsuNav
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Sacramento
Member since Mar 2008
332 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
I like your reseeding idea. No to an expansion of the playoffs though. We already have questionable teams making the playoffs.


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Bayou
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24206 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
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Adding more teams is a HORRIBLE idea imo.

This


On the DP show yesterday DP said one more Wild Card would be added in each conference. I think it's Goodell's way of adding another NFL weekend of games and skirting the issue of extending the regular season.
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Unknown_Poster
Member since Jun 2013
2790 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
They should go back to three divisions with three wildcards.


NS Who Dat Nation
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BR
Member since Jul 2007
8421 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
They only need to change one thing and that is what everyone has said. No team 8-8 deserves to even come close to hosting a playoff game, even if they win their division.


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CarrolltonTiger
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Member since Aug 2005
46756 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
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They should go back to three divisions with three wildcards.



16/3 = 5.33333 teams in each division, are you supporting uneven size divisions dropping a team from each conference or adding 4 teams to the league?


Unknown_Poster
Member since Jun 2013
2790 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
shite happens. There were uneven divisions before and somehow the league survived.


iwasthere
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New Orleans
Member since Jul 2010
1389 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
IMO..

The best way to do the playoffs is to get rid of divisions and only have conferences. Each team plays all the other teams in their conference once. That is 15 games. Then they play an out of conference game against the team that finished in the same place as them the prior year. Top 6 teams go to playoffs with the top 2 teams having a bye.


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Tactical1
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Denham Springs
Member since May 2010
16675 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
I like it the way it is.


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JPLIII
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Member since Jan 2008
20667 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
It's fine like it is. A team should be rewarded for winning its division.


NS Who Dat Nation
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BR
Member since Jul 2007
8421 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
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It's fine like it is. A team should be rewarded for winning its division.


Your reward should be a guaranteed playoff spot. Shouldn't be a home game lock imo.


jembeurt
LSU Fan
Raceland
Member since Apr 2008
6021 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
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A team should be rewarded for winning its division


They are.


By being able to play in the playoffs.


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JPLIII
New Orleans Saints Fan
Broussard - terd supporter
Member since Jan 2008
20667 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
But what is it hurting? 3 of the 4 lower seeds won this weekend, on the road. Almost all four. That will happen this weekend.....all lower seeds/road teams win.


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Unknown_Poster
Member since Jun 2013
2790 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
With three divisions the chances of having a subpar one where the champion has a worse record than the higher wild card seeds are significantly less. I really don't care for the rumored proposal that they'll just add another wild card team and take away the second seed bye. So just one team gets a bye? At that point you might as well just add another wildcard and give no one a bye.


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tjtiger9
LSU Fan
MS
Member since Aug 2005
1875 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
2 divisions and 4 wildcards. Wildcards play it out and then play two division winners. Playoffs will still be three wks


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Peazey
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2012
9447 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
I'm actually fine with the current seeding arrangement. It increases the importance and excitement of division rivalries. If you want the higher seed then win the division. You have no one to blame but yourself.


tjtiger9
LSU Fan
MS
Member since Aug 2005
1875 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
Saints or 49ers would have won the North and East in the NFC if they were in those divisions. What is your point exactly?
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Peazey
New Orleans Saints Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2012
9447 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
You talking to me? My point is obvious. I stated it. What's your point? The Saints and 49ers don't play in those divisions, so they didn't win them. I see no point.


tjtiger9
LSU Fan
MS
Member since Aug 2005
1875 posts

re: reseeding or expanded playoffs?
The point is, and has become more obvious in recent years, is that there is a disadvantage to better teams having to travel to a lesser team's home field just because they won a suck arse division. It should be seeded on record not based on a division!!


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